biblioteca ciencias estudiantes

biblioteca ciencias estudiantes examen laboratorio profesora 1. Yo estudio las como la física y la química. 2. Mi de español es la señora Hernández. 3. En mi clase de historia hay veinte . 4. Normalmente tenemos clase de química en el . 5. Guillermo siempre estudia en la . 6. Hoy tengo un muy difícil. • número • casa • cuarto • seis • curso • periodismo • estadio • reloj • biblioteca • pluma • libro • semana • prueba • tiza • examen • mochila • pizarra • tiza • especialización • librería • profesor • borrador • silla • estudiante • hora • reloj • papelera • pluma • puerta • programa • mujer • ventana • • inglés • matemáticas • borrador • sociología • • mesa • física • escritorio • silla • • papel • pluma • puerta • cuaderno • • librería • biblioteca • residencia • mochila • • ventana • curso • clase • materia • Marissa toma (is taking) ____ en la universidad. • español, psicología, economía y música • historia, inglés, sociología y periodismo • español, historia, literatura y geografía • El profesor Morales enseña (teaches) ____. • química • matemáticas • historia • Juan Carlos toma química ____. • los miércoles, jueves y viernes • los lunes, miércoles y viernes • los lunes, martes y jueves • Miguel necesita ir a (needs to go to) ____. • la biblioteca • la residencia estudiantil • la librería 1. Juan Carlos toma y computación porque le gusta . 2. Cuando Marissa está en clase, le gusta estar de la ventana. 3. Cuando Felipe está en clase, le gusta estar el reloj y . 4. Cuando están al teléfono, la mamá de Maru mientras ella . 5. Antes de ir a la biblioteca, Maru y Miguel van a . 6. La librería está de la biblioteca. • Students in Spanish-speaking countries must pay large amounts of money toward their college tuition. • cierto • falso • Carrera refers to any undergraduate or graduate program that students enroll in to obtain a professional degree. • cierto • falso • After studying at a colegio, students receive their bachillerato. • cierto • falso • Undergraduates study at a colegio or an universidad. • cierto • falso • In Latin America and Spain, students usually choose their majors in their second year at the university. • cierto • falso • The polimodal system helps students choose their university major. • cierto • falso • In Mexico, the bachillerato involves specialized study. • cierto • falso • In Spain, majors depend on entrance exam scores. • cierto • falso • Venezuelans complete a licenciatura in five years. • cierto • falso • According to statistics, Colombians constitute the third-largest Latin American group studying at U.S. universities. • cierto • falso • The University of Salamanca was established in the year ____. • 1812 • 1968 • 1218 • A ____ is a year-long course. • licenciatura • clase anual • polimodal • Salamanca is called ____ • La Ciudad Dorada • La Ciudad Central • La Ciudad Plateada • Over 300,000 students attend the ____. • Universidad Central de Venezuela • Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo • Universidad de Buenos Aires • An ____ occurs about halfway through a course. • examen final • examen parcial • examen Latin America law major master’s medicine universities 1. In Spain, the results of the exams give students a clue of what they should follow. 2. Most of the majors in take around 5 and 6 years. 3. Due to the length of some majors, they might be taken as degrees abroad. 4. There are some majors that take longer, such as . 5. It seems like Mexican and Colombian students tend to consider U.S as another option. 1. En la Universidad Virtual, no hay __. o escritorios o cursos o clases 2. Los estudiantes de la Universidad Virtual estudian __. o español o administración de empresas o inglés 3. Los estudiantes de la Universidad Virtual necesitan __. o una computadora o una pizarra o ir a clase 4. La Universidad Virtual ofrece (offers) cursos __. o por Internet o en la radio o en la ciudad de México 5. Hay __ campus del ITESM. o trece o treinta y tres o tres 6. Los estudiantes hablan con __ por Internet. o los compañeros de cuarto o los profesores o sus amigos Modelo Yo hablo español. 1. Ellos español. 2. Inés español. 3. Nosotras español. 4. Tú español. gustar Modelo Me gusta el café. (a mí) 5. ¿ las clases? (a ti) 6. No el café. (a ti) 7. No las clases. (a mí) 8. No el café. (a mí) 1. JUAN ¡Hola, Linda! ¿Qué tal las clases? LINDA Bien. (1) (tomar) tres clases… química, biología y

market pressures

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) was passed as the result of the Enron scandal and other instances of accounting fraud. This act was passed to strengthen the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Research a case of corporate financial abuse related to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and apply this to your current work or desired place of employment.

Create a 1,400-word analysis of the application of SOX in which you include the following:

Discuss the mistakes made by the company and their leadership.
Discuss the steps leadership could have taken to prevent or mitigate the repercussions.
Explain the role of market pressures on unethical behavior.
Examine the influence of the basics of finance and how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 changed things.
Evaluate the influence of Sarbanes-Oxley Act on ethical behavior. Are businesses more ethical since the enactment?
Explain the changes companies needed to make in how they use and present financial statements.
Discuss how SOX has affected your current place of employment if at all, and if not, how it has affected others in the same industry.
Cite a minimum of 2 scholarly sources.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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DunbarO The Millionaire Next Door


If it is possible, can anyone write a 5 page summary for 2 different books? Here are some options. It is for my finance class.

Den of Thieves (James Stewart) Liar’s Poker (Michael Lewis) Monkey Business (John and Rolfe) Beating the Street (Peter Lynch) Dumb Money (Anuff and Wolf) The Predictors (Bass) Irrational Exuberance (James Shiller) Random Walk Down Wall Street (Burton Malkiel) Non-Random Walk Down Wall Street (Lo and MacKinlay) Barbarians at the Gate (Burroughs and Heylar) When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall of Long-Term Capital Management (Lowenstein) Inventing Money (Nicholas Dunbar) Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the rich teach their kids about money — that the poor and middle class do not! (Kiyosaki) Page 4 The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke (Orman) My Life as a Quant: Reflections on Physics and Finance (Emanuel Derman) Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets, itionSecond Ed (Nasim Telab) The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable (Nicholas Taleb) Fischer Black and the Revolutionary Idea of Finance (Perry Mehrling) Against the Gods (Peter Bernstein) Freakenomics (Levitt and Dunbar) Superfreakenomics (Levitt and DunbarO The Millionaire Next Door (Stanley and Danko)

components of a legally astute social media

As the prevalence of social media continues to rise, consumers are recognizing ways in which social media can direct them to better sources for purchasing.
As a result, businesses are now jumping on the social media bandwagon at a rapid pace, embracing social networks to achieve their marketing and business goals.
Identify one (1) of the major social media outlets and write a five to six (5-6) page paper in which you:

  1. Discuss the four (4) components of a legally astute social media marketing manager who utilizes social media outlets for consumer transactions and how each component can mitigate the risk involved in doing business in cyberspace.
  2. List and analyze methods of alternative dispute resolution and determine which would be most effective in resolving genuine disputes that arise with consumers who may make purchases from businesses that provide links via social media.
  3. Since consumer transactions on social media can occur across state lines, determine how the federal government can best control these transactions.
  4. Examine the three (3) branches of government and discuss which can effectuate the most significant impact on regulating consumer transactions via social media outlets. Support your decision.
  5. Explain the agency relationship that exists on social media sites between the social media provider and businesses that utilize the site for advertising.
  6. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not quality as academic resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Describe the legal environment of business, the sources of American law, and the basis of authority for government to regulate business.
  • Explain basic court procedures, types of courts, and alternative dispute resolution methods.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in business law.
  • Write clearly and concisely about business law using proper writing mechanics.